Volunteers

Youth and Adult Support

Being able to mentor our beneficiaries the young people and adults is extremely worthwhile. Supporting them to develop positive ideas, seek re-training, learning additional skills and meeting socially can be ways volunteering and mentoring has huge benefits for both parties. Helping youths and adults who need support in areas to enrich their lives and move forward to more independent thinking, living, and working is a responsible and rewarding task for all involved. 

Andy and Jade

Becky

Bill and Daniel

Bill and Darren

Cath and Kim

Daniel

Joe

John

Kim and Sam

Liam

Paul and Sarah

Peter

Rob and Matt

Sam

Vicky

Steve and Andy

Farmer Dave

Gill and Josie

Katie and Richard

Kyle and Ali

Mark and Paul

Rob

Sam and Joseph

Shelly and Richard

Garden and Allotment Support

Offering to spend your own time to support the gardens and allotments in the schools, hospital courtyards and at the charities allotment site gives you opportunities to help maintain the gardens, meet some new people, learn skills from each other and know you are giving your time to a local community project.  

Ali

Bill

Cath

Chris

Keith

Kim

Micheal

Paul

Sam

Scott

Gill

Joan

Lesley

Creative Support

Our artists volunteer some hours to support our community projects locally, especially where disadvantaged children, youth and adults are concerned. Giving time to develop the ideas, plan the pieces and script for the films allows others to really feel involved and that their opinions matter.

David

Jess and Jodie

Nicola

Nikki

Rosanna

Office and IT Support

Volunteering in the office environment helps to share knowledge and gain skills supporting the charities administration. It provides opportunities to seek and write off for grants for new projects, and support the charity with general office skills. In addition, these volunteers help to support the charity IT and social media accounts.

David and Jane

James

Daniel

Laura

Mark

 

Volunteer for us?

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